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The Dig It Difference


Patented Pillow-Top Protection

Our flagship product, Dig It® Handwear, merges the best features of a traditional utility/gardening glove with revolutionary pillow-top protection in each fingertip.

The Dig It Grip

Designed with our logo in mind, our non-slip silicone dots ensure a strong grip that you can trust. It provides added strength and reliability with every maneuvre, large or small.

Crafted for a Woman’s Hand

Each Dig It® glove is crafted using our Industrial Design Patent. The snug, form fit design was created for a woman’s hand using technical materials that ensure optimal protection for nails, comfort and dexterity.

What to do in your Garden in May


May is the perfect time to get many vegetables started – at least anywhere north of the Mason Dixie Line! In the south, the growing season is well under way and those gorgeous cacti and succulents are coming along beautifully.For those of us in the cooler zones, though, our gardens are just beginning to emerge from hibernation and with the threat of hard frost fading away, the soil is warm enough to dig in for some veggie planting.If you started your seeds last month, most will be ready to transplant towards the end of may. Root vegetables and cruciferous veggies such as kale, Brussels sprouts and broccoli can go in the ground now.

For traditional bedding plants, the beginning of May is perfect for the frost-hardy flowers like pansies, primroses and sweet William. For the rest, hold off until the end of May to be sure the last frost is long past.

What to do in your Garden in May


May is the perfect time to get many vegetables started – at least anywhere north of the Mason Dixie Line! In the south, the growing season is well under way and those gorgeous cacti and succulents are coming along beautifully.For those of us in the cooler zones, though, our gardens are just beginning to emerge from hibernation and with the threat of hard frost fading away, the soil is warm enough to dig in for some veggie planting.If you started your seeds last month, most will be ready to transplant towards the end of may. Root vegetables and cruciferous veggies such as kale, Brussels sprouts and broccoli can go in the ground now.

For traditional bedding plants, the beginning of May is perfect for the frost-hardy flowers like pansies, primroses and sweet William. For the rest, hold off until the end of May to be sure the last frost is long past.